These decadent sliders at Gotham Steakhouse don't need to be this good for $4.50 but we're not complaining...
Chef Brodie Nutbrown is serving up something special at Bells and Whistles. We just hope it's not here for "a limited time".
West 4th's new Their There has quickly gained a rep for its tasty baked goods, but its sandwiches deserve your mouth's attention too.
The best, most authentic Cubano sandwich in Vancouver is worth investigating, ingredient by ingredient, to see how it's done.
This sandwich disappeared into lore and legend only to become bigger, stronger and just a little bit better upon its glorious return.
Spice rubbed fried chicken, chipotle mayo, thick coins of jalapeno, guacamole, bacon, sweetened slaw and shredded cheese, oh my...
Chicken, bacon, mayo, tomato and lettuce layered in a toasted white bread triple decker is one of the great combos out there. Dig in!
Mmm, sliced green fennel pork sausages soaked and spread in a tomato-based sauce heavily laden with gentle peppers on Filone bread.
(Very likely) inspired by the sandwiches served at California's legendary Eggslut, this beauty from a downtown cafe tastes as good as it looks.
It's tempting to think of this as a burger-centric take on a super-sized Sausage McMuffin meal, but it's so much more than that.
Check out this seven ingredient miracle that you eat with your hands and dream about for days afterwards...
You know that scene in the movie Chef where they make the Cubano sandwich and you almost lose your shit because you want to eat it so bad? Me too.